Steering committee member for Digital Centre
Epsilon is a leading global Cloud-centric Network Service Provider, extending carrier-grade connectivity services to the world’s communications and cloud ecosystems. The company offers smart networking capabilities through its simple and powerful SDN platform, Infiny, that combines on-demand infrastructure, automation, web-based portals and APIs to give partners friction-free access to global connectivity.
All Epsilon services are powered by a next generation hyper-scalable global backbone which connects all the leading telecoms hubs globally. Across this fabric encompasses a dense ecosystem of carriers, service operators and Cloud providers offering the leading interconnect point for a diverse set of network and connectivity requirements.
Epsilon is headquartered in Singapore with offices in London, New York and Dubai.
Content from Epsilon
Blog: Networking and hyper-sensitive markets
I see a couple of important things happening in the market that are driving change. Software and app developers are disrupting the market and that won’t stop. They are generating new and innovative ideas every day and asking more and more of their network providers. Read more…
Blog: 4 Things That Will Change Data Centre Connectivity by 2020
The move from data centres to digital centres is driving change in the network. By 2020, networks will have transitioned from traditional point to point services to being dynamic on demand and elastic services which enable all kinds of cloud, content, and communications services. Read more…
Blog: Networking Data Centres with New Intelligence
Real time data and network analytics are bringing a deeper level of intelligence to data centre connectivity and creating networks that deliver reliability, efficiency and guaranteed performance. Read more…
Blog: 5 Questions to Ask When Planning Data Centre Connectivity
Planning data centre connectivity for the next two to three years can be a challenging task. The maturation of cloud services and overall changes in the cloud, content and communications market make it difficult to gauge long-term growth in bandwidth demand. Read more…